Full list of Surveillance results
NYPD defends use of Muslim informants amid legal battle–
The department announced last month that it was disbanding a unit that tracked the everyday lives of Muslims
NYPD ends Muslim surveillance program–
A special New York Police Department unit that sparked controversy by tracking the daily lives of Muslims has been disbanded
Calif. cops record and survey crime as it happens with new tech–
The system, known as wide-area surveillance, is something of a time machine — the entire city is filmed and recorded in real time
Appeal filed in suit over NYPD spying on Muslims–
U.S. District Judge William Martini ruled last month that the NYPD's activities were part of a lawful effort to prevent terrorism
DHS official talks transparency at Border Security Expo–
"Criticism drives a more responsible and better government," Alejandro Mayorkas said
Panel to gauge concern over LAPD surveillance programs–
City commission is planning a wide-ranging series of forums to examine both the impact of police surveillance programs in local communities and allegations of continued ethnic profiling within those programs
Muslim groups concerned over tossed NYPD suit, plan appeal–
Civil rights advocates said they were troubled by the dismissal of a federal lawsuit that challenged broad surveillance of Muslims by the NYPD
Judge tosses NYPD Muslim spying lawsuit–
Intelligence unit didn't discriminate against Muslims with far-reaching surveillance aimed at identifying "budding terrorist conspiracies" at mosques
The electronic stakeout: Innovative use of GPS technology–
In PoliceOne "First Person" essays, PoliceOne Members candidly share their own unique personal insights on issues confronting cops today, as well as opinions, observations, and advice on living life behind the thin blue line
NYPD to keep close watch on Super Bowl fans–
The NYPD has quietly installed about 200 temporary surveillance cameras in midtown Manhattan
Proposal would tap into private citizens' security cameras–
Voluntary participation by residents seen as potentially powerful tool in helping San Jose, Calif. police solve crimes
A real-life 'RoboCop'?–
The K5 robot, developed by a company in Sunnyvale, Calif., is designed to be a surveillance robot for law enforcement.
Thief nabs purse, owner oblivious–
Surveillance footage of a robbery at a gas station captures a man stealing a woman's purse as she pumps gas a few feet away.
Multiple assaults captured on police surveillance–
Police in Alaska have released surveillance footage of the downtown area of Anchorage, capturing multiple instances of assault in the area. The footage was recorded between 2011 and 2013.
New technoloy gives police eyes inside schools–
Unique surveillance video crime-fighting tool gives Baltimore, OH police dept. an edge in the event of a school shooting, allowing them to see every room of a school from their squad.
- Load more